- Forbes calls for a flat tax rate. Dunn, Eugene // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);12/18/95, Vol. 42 Issue 51, p13
Discusses a statement made by republican Steve Forbes who came to Long Island to speak to the Nassau/Suffolk Building & Construction Trades Council and the International Union of Operating Engineers. Information on Forbes; Other information.
- To the rescue. MacInnis, R. // Runner's World;Aug89, Vol. 24 Issue 8, p36
Profile of Steve Forbes, 25, of Midland, Tex., the paramedic who helped rescue little Jessica McClure in October 1987. Personal background; Long-distance runner; Reaction to publicity surrounding rescue of McClure.
- It's all relative. // Common Cause Magazine;Spring/Summer96, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p10
Reports on Steve Forbes' view that the amount of money he allegedly wasted while serving as chair of the Board of International Broadcasting was `infinitesimal.'
- Upbraiding the man who pays his own way. McCrea, C.H. // Las Vegas Business Press;3/11/96, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p4
Opinion. Comments on the criticisms on Republican presidential candidate Steve Forbes' use of his own money for his election campaign. Incivility of the contenders for the Republican Party's nomination for president.
- Here comes Forbes, but where are voters? Terry, Sara // Christian Science Monitor;12/22/99, Vol. 92 Issue 20, p1
Profiles Steve Forbes. His career in business and bid for United States President in the 2000 election.
- Forbes: New and improved? Newman, Bruce I. // Christian Science Monitor;2/23/96, Vol. 88 Issue 61, p19
Reports on the candidacy of Steve Forbes. How he was able to convince voters of the merits of flat tax; Outline of the events leading to a decrease in number of votes for Forbes; His views on the effects of negative advertisement on his candidacy.
- Forbes leaves '96 race and a flat-tax legacy. Scherer, Ron // Christian Science Monitor;3/15/96, Vol. 88 Issue 76, p3
Focuses on Republican presidential candidate Steve Forbes and his withdrawal from the 1995 presidential race, which underscores both the benefits and limitations of self-financed outsider candidacies. Comments from Andrew Busch, a professor of political science at the University of Denver;...
- A misfire on Crossfire. Landman, Beth; Mitchell, Deborah // New York;3/25/96, Vol. 29 Issue 12, p18
Offers a humorous campaign story concerning Steve Forbes' difficulty in keeping names straight. The encounter with Democratic politician Geraldine Ferraro which caused Forbes to be perplexed; Ferraro's appearance on the CNN television program `Crossfire.'
- Forbes candidacy offers Americans hope for the future. Dombrowski, Bob // New Hampshire Business Review;10/13/95, Vol. 17 Issue 21, p11
Comments on Malcolm Steve Forbes Jr.'s filing of a candidacy for the 1996 Republican presidential nomination. Assets of Forbes; Offering of hope for 1996 and beyond.
- PAL buddy Forbes honored at dinner. Hudis, Mark // MediaWeek;6/13/94, Vol. 4 Issue 24, p28
Reports on the tribute paid to Forbes Inc. president and chief executive officer Malcolm S. Forbes Jr. at the 22nd annual New York Police Athletic League (PAL) Superstar Dinner in June 1994. PAL's sponsorship of athletic and tutorial programs for inner-city children; Importance of sports to Forbes.